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Auckland Museum: Freelistings information

Auckland Museum Events & Exhibitions Freelistings information

MARCH 2003
Event/ Exhibition Dates Description Location /Time
Finnish Design 125 28 March – 18 May Celebrating 125 years of Finnish creativity. Design classics, from mobile phones to Alvo Aalto glassware.

Decorative Arts East and West. Standard Museum donation entry
The Greg Moyle Collection of New Zealand War Art 9 February – 30 April

A selection of images by NZ war artists, from the private collection of Greg Moyle. Pictorial Gallery.

Standard Museum donation entry
On the Water I: Under Pressure Until 30 March A small exhibition of maritime racing images, from the collections of the New Zealand Herald, and Museum. Standard Museum donation entry

Music in the Museum Sunday 2 March Cellist Polly Sussex performs Bach, Vivaldi, Telemann and Jean Barriere with her five-string cello piccolo. Polly is the only cellist in NZ to play this unusual instrument. 3pm. Standard Museum donation entry.
Living Treasures Day – St Patrick’s Day Sunday 16 March May the luck of the Irish by yours when you visit Auckland Museum and help us celebrate St Patrick’s Day. Lots of green fun all day! All day. Standard Museum donation entry

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